Our recent scheme in Fulham showcases bright and bold colours with elegant marble and stones. Our love for natural elements is evident throughout this scheme, using marble and stone as statement pieces creates a fresh and clean atmosphere. An artist that is fitting with this scheme is David Hockney. Similar to the scheme, his artwork is bold shapes and neutral tones. The raw materials used within Fulham scheme are timeless, just like David’s pieces.
As a true British gem of an artist, Hockney adventured into various areas of the artistic realm, which saw him as a landscape and portrait painter, printmaker, draughtsman, stage designer and photographer.
A FEW OF OUR
FAVOURITE HOCKNEY PIECES
Picture of a Hollywood Swimming Pool, 1964
Interior With Lamp, 2003
Woldgate Lane to Burton Agnes, 2007
A Bigger Splash, 1967
His move to USA in the 1960’s came after he laid the foundations for his artistic career at the Royal College of Art, London. The USA is where Hockney’s artwork transitioned to acrylics from oils. With this, he developed a distinguishing style. This style is transparent in A Bigger Splash, 1967 which has been showcased at a private exhibition in the Tate since February. 80 years in 8 explores Hockney’s themes and various methods of work.